Sajal Aly Got Brutally Trolled For Her Fatima Jinnah Look

Social media has reduced the time for people to share their reactions to the latest news or movie updates. Now people don’t wait to watch the art instead they start criticising the artist. It could be well understood with the latest news surfacing about Sajal Aly.

For the unversed, Sajal Aly is working on a big project based on Madar E Millait Fatima Jinnah, the first wife of the former Prime Minister of Pakistan. The upcoming series will have three seasons featuring the life of Fatima Jinnah from different eras. The first look dropped has shared some glimpses of Sajal Aly and Samiya Mumtaz, representing Fatima Jinnah.

The series is divided into three seasons with three different eras of her life, one in Bombay (now in India), the second in Lahore, Pakistan and the last in Karachi, Pakistan. The look shared by the makers received criticism. People have highly criticised Sajal Aly look as Fatima Jinnah.

Sajal Aly is a famous Pakistani actress known for her versatile roles. Also, she has 8.8 million fans on Instagram. She has been working in the industry since 2009 and actively present from 2012 to till date. Her popular shows list includes Yakeen Ka Safar, Ishq e Laa, Sinf E Ahan and many more.

She is been news since her divorce from Ahad Raza Mir in March 2022. There have been many speculations and controversies since the beginning. The couple unfollowed each other on Instagram and removed their wedding pictures, which confirmed the news of their divorce.

Fans React On Sajal Aly Look

Fans brutally trolled Sajal Aly for Fatima Jinnah’s look. Netizens criticised the makers for choosing her for the role. They pointed out the selection of the actress for the precious and sacred character. One of the users wrote, “Sajal as Fatima Jinnah looks depressing and agony whereas the real Fatima Jinnah is giving hopes”. Other strongly condemned the choice and said they didn’t find anyone with tall height with a happy face.

Mashfak Qureshi is an entertainment journalist, who brings facts and knowledge in the simplest form and believes in questioning.